Quiet bats plague Brewers

After a wild season opener with some late game magic at the plate, the Milwaukee Brewers were nearly kept without a hit in their 2-0 loss to the Minnesota Twins. The ballgame was scoreless until the seventh inning when the Twins would get a run in both the seventh and eighth inning. The Brewers were held without a hit until the eighth inning when they got their only hit by Omar Narvaez. The Brewers were unable to capitalize and would be shutout the rest of the way. For the crew, Corbin Burnes had a stellar day on the mound in the losing effort. Burnes went 6.1 innings and recorded 11 strike-outs, giving up just one hit and one earned run.


Milwaukee will host the series rubber match verse the Twins on Sunday at 1:10 PM.  


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